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back on if you need it. >> sensible people leading sensible lives. just like joyce and lincoln welch. >> our life was pretty simple. but comfortable. we were able to do the vacations. we were able to go visit family. couldn't go out and buy new mercedes, but we did definitely have a comfortable middle class life. >> the welchs and their three children live in superior, colorado. a town money magazine named one of the top 20 best places to live in america just last year. >> it is the most amazing place in the country to live. we have a real sense of community within our town. i feel safe here. >> joyce's husband lincoln is a mechanical engineer who for the last seven years learned close to six figures designing printers at a tech company. joyce had quit working years earlier to care full-time for her youngest michael who was born with a rare chromosome disorder. >> he's had various procedures. and we're looking at at least two more. >> michael? >> that's you. >> michael's medical bills with out of pocket costs of up to $30,000 a year didn't leave much in the family savings account. bu
is elected using this voting method. we will also talk about with the ranked joyce l. looks like and how to market correctly. finally, we will see how the ranked joyce voting process works and to you an example of an election using ranked choice of voting. so, what is ranked joyce voting? in march 2002 san francisco voters adopted a charter to implement ranked choice of voting, also known as instant runoff voting. san francisco voters will use it to elect most local officials by selecting a first choice candidate in the first column on the ballot and deborah second and third choice candidates in the second and third columns resect to do -- respectively. this makes it possible to elect local officials with the majority of votes. more than 50% without the need for a second runoff election. in san francisco, ranked choice of voting is for the election of members of the board of supervisors, the mayor, sharon, just -- district attorney, city attorney, treasurer, this is a recorder, and public defender. ranked joyce voting does not apply to elections for local school and community college boa
roadblocked off near route 1. dpleeb road is shut down between joyce and hay street in arlington due to a utility pole that was struck there. -- glebe road is shut down between joyce and hay street. we'll keep an eye on that. 395 at glebe road looks pretty good notch problems to report as you travel north from landmark. southbound 270 on the good side coming from 109 headed out to clarksburg. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. >>> we are following some breaking news right now from israel where police say an american tourist has opened fire ate hotel killing at least one person. this is happening in the resort city of elat. the suspect is still inside the hotel near the red sea. we'll bring you updates on this story as soon as we get them. a >>> virginia is front and center if the presidential race. president obama will be in northern virginia this morning. he is speaking to students at george mason university. his campaign says the president will talk about the choice facing voter between two fundamentally different visions of how to grow the economy. mitt r
will talk more right after the break. joyce myer will talk about the power of words. stay with us, we'll be right back. the capital one cash rewards card gives you a 50% annual bonus. and everyone, but her... likes 50% more cash. but, i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes how about some cupcakes? yes lollipop? yes! do you want an etch a sketch? yes! do you want 50% more cash? no you got talent. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card. with a 50% annual cash bonus it's the card for people who like more cash. what's in your wallet? i usually say that. [ applause ] >>> we're back with brett o'donald and we're talking about the first big debate that comes up on wednesday. in my experience, debating romney four years ago. it appeared to me there were times on the debate stage, i notice there was almost telegraphing some of his forbes and feelings, his facial expressions. that is an important thing that people watch for to see if you are pushing his buttons and getting through to him. i don't know if i noticed it this year's primaries. how important is it that mitt
before 6:00. it's between the joists street and south hay. back to you. >> thank you. -- joyce street and hay. >> the associated press reporting a couple minutes ago that an american gunman in a shooting in israel has been shot dead by authorities in israel. they are saying all this appears to stem from some sort of argument or dispute that this american was having with one of the employees of that hotel. the hotel is the leonardo club hotel on the red sea, a resort city in israel. we can show you a picture of what the area looks like. it's one of the hotels in that area. we are hearing this man is of jewish descent but an american citizen in his 20s. he was in israel on a program that brings american jewish children or an people to israel to live and work there for quite some time. it's reported that after he shot and killed one of the employees at the hotel, he barricaded himself in a hotel kitchen. after some time and the swat team was called in, they would have to shoot him. he died as well. so it's two people shot. one of the hotel employees and the gunman, who was shot by a swat
on south glebe road, and it's closed from south hayes street to south joyce street. it's expected to be closed throughout the morning. even, if you're making the commute, your closures between south hayes to south joyce street. let's head over to the beltway, crossing the wilson bridge in both directions. your volume is light. not seeing any accidents there. you look around the beltway to the american legion bridge, looks like no accidents to report as you make your way across the american legion bridge on the inner loop as well as the outer loop, nice and clear. as you make your way inbound and outbound, nice and clear. i'm back in ten. aaron, over to you. >>> riders who use the dupont metro station won't have to contend with broken escalators any longer. by the end of the month, they'll reopen the south entrance to the station which has been closed for nearly eight months. in the past, dupont's escalators have been known to be the least reliable in the whole system. >>> long holiday weekends usually mean lots of track work for metro, but this time you are in luck. crews will onl
in tokyo. tokyo. thanks for joining us.rums play funky space-rock] ♪ (jane joyce) wetlands are among the most productive and useful ecosystems on earth. wetlands filter and cleanse water of harmful chemicals, act as storage basins to control flooding and recharge groundwater, and support thousands of species of animals and plants. in the northern great plains, wetland basins called "prairie potholes" are important breeding areas for waterfowl in north america, producing as much as 80% of the continent's total duck population alone. but much of this valuable wildlife habitat has been drained and converted for farms, homes, and roads. today, less than half of the original wetlands in the united states remain. when we convert these rich natural systems to agriculture we lose a lot of biodiversity. we may be down to hundreds instead of many thousands of species. (jane joyce) after centuries of wetland destruction, efforts are underway to preserve and restore these vital ecosystems. (dr. carter johnson) definitely, attitudes about wetlands are changing. a lot of studies have been done tha
forecast. >>> that concludes this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us. ky space-] ♪ (jane joyce) glacier national park is one of north america's most spectacular mountainous regions with more than 1500 square miles of glacially carved terrain and unspoiled wilderness. but a visible change is taking place here. many of the glaciers that exist at the park today are mere remnants of what they were 150 years ago, a direct result of a warming climate. in 1850, there were about 150 glaciers in glacier national park. that was the end of the "little ice age" when many of those glaciers had built up. since that time, with warming temperatures, those have been reduced to less than 37 named glaciers. some of them, even the larger ones, are only 1/3 the size they used to be. so we're seeing some real changes in the mountain landscapes of glacier national park. those that you see in picture postcards and so forth are gradually, little by little, disappearing. (jane joyce) at the current rate of melting, scientists predict that by 2030, the massive ice formations glacier national park is famo
with bret o'donnell after the break. and later jost mier will talk to us about the power of words, joyce meyer. click on the fox news feedback section or sign up for my facebook page and follow me on twitter. find the link to that and more mike huckabee.com. [ female announcer ] need help keeping your digestive balance? try the #1 gastroenterologist recommended probiotic. align. align naturally helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ ooh, baby, can i do for you today? ♪ try align today. i've been a superintendent for 30 some years at many? ♪ different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. you know it can be hard to lbreathe, and how that feels.e, copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintena
as voters. let's talk to a kentucky caller. joyce, a democrat. >> hi. i personally like joe biden and president obama. i think they're both doing a fantastic job. it's clear that the economy is getting better. unemployment has dropped significantly. you see it on television every day. as far as housing, again, people are not losing their homes as much as they were before. i think they're a great team. i think they're doing a great job. the health care that obama has, that is what i need for my family. social security, unemployment, i need for those things to stay in tact. i'm just about to retire and i can't afford to pay more. >> thank you, joyce. susan page, what are the pluses and minuses on the economy for the president going into this election? >> joyce made -- it was great to hear from joyce because she said in her view the economy's getting a little bit better. that is a view that americans increasingly hold. they still think times are tough. everyone knows the unemployment rate is 7.8% as it was last month, that's still pretty high. but the sense of slightly improving econ
is running smoothly but glebe road near route 1 between joyce and hay street. an earlier accident involving a utility pole that was knocked over. crews are on the scene right now hoping to reopen the southbound lanes right before 6:00. we got our fingers crossed on that. northbound glebe remains closed between joyce and haze. maybe they will open it by lunchtime. lanes are open between annandale and merrifield. southbound 270 still good to go out of hyattstown. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. >>> beginning today, more than 1,000 potential home buyers are expected to apply for some big help, up to $20,000 in down payment assistance is available through a new program that hopes to revitalize d.c. neighborhoods. the money is provided through a $7 million grant. the event begins today at 10:00 a.m. and will run through tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. >>> more problems at the reflecting pool. this is how it is supposed to look but after aggressive algae problems, the pool is empty. the problems started less than two months after a multimillion- dollar renovation project ended.
not understood], jo anna bonheim. are there any additional public comment? * >>> good afternoon, robert joyce. i am a resident of d5, homeowner, i live five blocks away from parcel o and i'm here speaking on behalf of myself. thank you, supervisors. thank you to the presenters. couple quick things. a lot has been said already. i would like to submit to the record something i posted in the spur website. their report that then i quote, we understand that the hayes valley farm currently located on parcel o is soon to be moved and we urge the project sponsors to work with the city to prolong the farm's tenancy until such time as parcel o can be developed. i am very pleased to hear from mr. rich today, if i reder correctly, that hayes valley farm was going to continue to be there until june 1st. that's great news. my question is what happens after that. and i would like to see an open community process where we can do what's best for all the communities involved. it's been said before that the idea of having an urban agriculture going on is unsafe. i think that's an opinion. i think intelligent peopl
that simply reads joyce's jugs doesn't begin to tell their stories. >> my name is joyce and i'm from etch mere maryland. i was diagnosed in 2006, and it was actually a couple of days before my daughter's wedding, which was kind of rough. and i'm still here, which is great, and i'm doing well. >> reporter: doing well like the hundreds of survivors that formed a parade of pink carrying a single rose a piece gathering for a group photo celebrating their survival. but the harsh reality is 4700 women here in maryland will find out they have breast cancer this year. and more than 800 others will die. and that's not lost upon the celebrants here. >> we feel well, so it was just so hard to say, hey, i felt great, you know, you're telling me ayi have cancer, but #úi fee great, you know, it's just a hard diagnosis to swallow. and then of course things run through your mind, how long you're going to be alive and that kind of stuff, you know. >> this is to support her, being a survivor and my kids had to come out. >> reporter: it's a combination of fare and awareness that will be passed down from generat
're your retirement companplay funky space-rock] ♪ (jane joyce) mountains are "water towers" of the world. at least half of the fresh water we consume comes from mountain ice and snow that melts into rivers and streams. but as earth's climate warms, changes occur in mountain ecosystems that alter both the amount and timing of available fresh water. research conducted at glacier national park documents the changes taking place across this vast mountain landscape. our snowpack, for instance, is heavier during the middle part of the winter but melting earlier. that sends a pulse down the streams earlier in the year, meaning that there's less of it for late in the summer when the stream flows are very low. and in some cases with those snowpacks disappearing so early, the only source of base flow for those streams is melting glaciers. (jane joyce) changes in the water cycle are not the only result of a warming climate. (dr. dan fagre) our tree lines are changing rapidly as well. many of the broad fields of alpine wildflowers are gradually being encroached upon by these trees. as you have these
joyce hiks from the office director and deputy chief tomioka >> could you call number one? >> general public comment. the public is now welcome to address the commission regarding items that do not appear on tonight's agenda, but within the subject matter jurisdiction, you should address to the commission as a whole not to individuals. on the police commission rules of order, during public comment, neither the police or the personnel or commissioners are required to respond to questions presented by the public, but may provide a brief response. and individual commissioners and police, and occ personnel should refrain, from entering into any debates or discussions during public comment and please limit your comment to two minutes. >> is there any public comment regarding items not on the agenda. hearing none, please call line item number two. reports and announcements. >> chief's report and review of recent activities and an update on the department research and community out reach regarding less lethal weapon. >> i think that we will do something different tonight, i want to thank fro
religion or led by the military. >> the freedom and security fadwa in joyce in paris leaves her feeling even more powerless. she feels guilty about leaving her country behind and is afraid for her country and its future. >> deciding to sell your silverware is a decision that can be painful. take greece, for example. the nation is planning to sell its national railway company, a former airport, and some harbors. the country is in desperate need of money, and it has not added some of its national treasures, like a number of islands just off the mainland. >> the dream of your own private island in the gulf of corinth. 1.5 million euros will buy you 11 hectares. aocal real-estate agent says the price is negotiable. until now, only privately owned islands were for sale if you could get through the red tape. >> many greek islands are for sale, but it is hard to get the necessary permits. after years of chasing paper, everything is in order for this island. >> there is no fixed dock, and walking about is an adventure. nor does it have power or drinking water, but those are just details. the re
, seth kathman, brad bishop and joyce lam and this is collection not just of organizers and tenants burb , but our pest control operators. i want to thank the department of public health barbara, karen kahn and doctor batti and to the department of building inspection. we'll continue to work on this. this is the just the first of many steps, but i think the uniform regulations from public health department. >> move forward with recommendation. >> we have a motion to move forward with recommendation and we can do that without opposition. [ gavel ] thank you everyone for being here. [ applause ] madame clerk can you please call i. no. 2. i. no. 2 consideration of appointments to the balboa park station community advisory committee. >> thank you, we still do have further items so if could take your conversations outside of this hearing room. this is a continuation from our last rules committee meeting. unfortunately we had left off some of the applicants that had actually applied for the seats here. so a number of the applicants did already present at our last rules committee. we will
, switzerland, thanks to james joyce. my dancing there became walking through the silence of the city. instead of people looking at me like my family did when i was a child, people began to ask me, where are you from? i felt disoriented, exiled. the changing perception of nature, religious views, philosophical and political opinions, botanical knowledge and idiomatic sounds, everything new. i asked myself many times for a specific reason why my irish family went to cuba and began searching for missing pieces of my irish history in irish, cuban, and catalan archives to discover before me that i had a fascinating history of displacement and transformations in various geographic setings. my book, ticket it ride, is a personal journey towards the past and the present. there is no one but many places i belong to: havana, dublin, mahon, barcelona, and since the lay 80's, the bay area. so thank you very much. . >> i'm going to do this in about 5 parts. i hope you will bear with me. first of all, i want to thank cross roads for inviting me. it's a great pleasure for me to be here and i want to thank,
at the cheesecake factory in l.a. the writer and comedian, jesse joyce. >> a block, the lede, that's the first story. >> the thing about the animation is it cuts you off. >> i think they got the gist of the fact that i called you out on using several of those in the past. and of the two of us, you are clearly dressed more like a mater de. >> i will take that. should p cs -- should companies mix -- nix talk of politics? the election is a few weeks away and everybody is yakking at it at work, but should they? "the "wall street journal"" reports that workplace debates are getting debatier and broadcasts conversations to all and something like facebook made workers views more public than ever. it is a tricky view for p cs looking to maintain decorum, and according to some survey i didn't read about a third of firms forbid political chatter within their walls. you know who is nonplus by the election? >> it is a metaphor for obama, isn't it? >> of course. >> and he will be eaten on a plane back to kenya. jesse, are people talking about the election at the quiznos where you work or just talking about their
road still tied up between joyce and hay street. northbound lanes are closed. southbound has been reopened inform virginia, bristow road near 234 dumfries for the accident involving an overturned vehicle. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. on-timetraffic. >> thank you. >>> breaking news from israel this morning. an american man in his 20s who opened fire at a hotel in a resort on the red sea was shot and killed by israeli police officers. he reportedly bare kidded himself in the hotel kitchen and took a gun from hotel security before a counterterrorism squad killed him. one hotel worker is also dead but no hostages were taken. the man has not been identified but there are reports that he used to work at the hotel and the incident may have been a personal dispute. personal dispute. >>> to the campaign trail now. president obama will be in fairfax later on this morning at george mason university. his speech and one later today in ohio will focus on the economy. >> president obama is also working to encourage more people to register to vote. the voter registration deadline
not found another place to live. joyce has stopped hiding her family's poverty and begrudgingly accepted she's just another victim in an economic crisis beyond her control. and that, she says, is nothing to be ashamed of. even if you live in superior, colorado. >> people like me are on food stamps. it's people who want to go to work and can't find work and don't have an alternative. this is the reality for more and more people in america. this is the face of food stamps. my children are the face of medicaid. this is the reality. >> the family can survive on rental assistance and unemployment for a few more months. and lincoln is still optimistic he can find a job and get his family back on their feet. >> do you ever fear in quiet moments that this is life as, you know, you're going to know it? >> i do fear that. and i think that that strengthens my resolve. i will fight whatever i have to fight. and i will not stay here. >> reality for jon and diane could be a life without one another. their therapist has suggested a trial separation. but they decide they are not ready to call it quits. >> i
their name on it. >> joyce wants to know if it's true canceling a credit card can adversely affect your credit score? >> joyce, we did contact consumer attorneys for this answer. she said closing any credit account negatively impacts your credit score. smith valentine recommends paying off your credit cards, but leaving those accounts open. that's because part of your credit score is based on the ratio of how much you owe to your available credit. so even if you aren't using an old account, just keeping it open will actually help your score. >> just keep it open -- >> but with a nice zero balance. >> judy wants to know why the leaves on the trees change color in the fall? >> we all get this wrong. judy, we turned to the u.s. national aboritum for this. the production of chlorophyll slows down and then stops. the pigments become visible in the leaf when the colhlorophylls gone. early frost can cause leaves to shrivel and turn brown which stops the pigment from being produced. there you go. now you're smart. if you have a question you would like us to ask, send it to ask liz at nbcwashing
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to its proprietor, joyce berg? >> right now, the markets are favoring obama. if you look at the winner-take- all market, that market is showing that our traders believe there's an 80% chance obama will get more than 50% of the popular vote. >> reporter: that was before the first presidential debate, however. the odds are now much lower. but they're still above 60% that president obama will win the popular vote. so, who's right, the professors, the pollsters, or the plungers? lets start with economics professor ray fair. fair's equation uses just four variables to figure each candidates odds: incumbency-- a sitting president has an edge; party-- being a republican seems to help; inflation rate-- the lower the better; rate of income growth per person-- the higher the better. so, this year? >> the model says its a very close election predicted. if the economy were booming, the equation would be predicting a pretty substantial obama victory. if the economy were going into a recession, it would be a substantial romney victory. the economy's more or less in between. >> reporter: unlike most
and governor romney. our next guest can relate all too well to this. her name is joyce westell razor, the director of the military family association and talks to military families all the time and pushes for changes in policies that benefit soldiers and happens to be a soldier's wife. her husband retired from the army and she has been a military spouse for on 30 years. if anyone has skin in the game, it is you, and the people you talk to on a regular basis. do you think military families will be satisfied with what either of these candidates had to say last night? >> ashley, i think a lot of things that in the debates last night will pose more questions for military families than answers, and i appreciate the invitation to come talk about military families. we didn't hear a lot, for example, about what's happening right now in afghanistan. military families are certainly reassured by the news of the drawdown of combat troops in 2014, but what about the 68,000 who are there now? what about their families? what about the holidays they're going to miss later this year? what about the f
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